Kaley Cuoco is over the moon following the launch of the Harley Quinn animated series

The Big Bang Theory alum voices the titular character and executive produces the show

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The adult animated series Harley Quinn has finally premiered on DC Universe last Friday, and Kaley Cuoco couldn’t be happier with it.

Two years in the making, Harley Quinn is a special project to Cuoco, because aside from voicing the show’s title character, the actress also serves as an executive producer on the series through her Yes, Norman production banner.

In an Instagram video Cuoco shared last Friday, she and Yes, Norman SVP Suzanne McCormack are excitedly waiting for their production company logo to come out at the end of the show’s first episode. And given all the time and effort they put into the series, seeing the Yes, Norman logo appearing on the screen for the first time gives Cuoco and McCormack a sense of pride and fulfillment.

McCormack, who reposted Cuoco’s video on Instagram, wrote that it’s surreal to finally see Harley Quinn come to fruition. McCormack also gave Cuoco a shoutout in the caption, saying that she couldn’t have dreamt of a better partner on the project that her.

Based on the Harley Quinn character created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm for DC Comics, Harley Quinn follows the misadventures of the titular character with her partner in crime, Poison Ivy, after leaving her ex-boyfriend the Joker.

In addition to Cuoco, Harley Quinn also features the voices of Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Alan Tudyk as Joker, Diedrich Bader as Batman, JB Smoove as Frank the Plant, Jim Rash as Riddler, Ron Funches as King Shark, and many others.

New episodes of Harley Quinn premiere Fridays only on DC Universe.

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